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I want to turn off abs light because i remove abs sensors
Nice try but all ABS brake systems are designed to disable, and work manually if a fault is detected. The reason for this is safety.
Scenario: A left front sensor stops working, the computer sets a code, but the ABS still works. A situation arises that involves hard braking, the vehicle starts to skid, and the ABS activates. Since all the wheels are in a lock up situation the ABS cycles to pulse the brakes. The left front can not pulse because the sensor is malfunctioning. Three brakes pulse, the left front does not, the vehicle pulls hard left into oncoming traffic and a serious accident results with fatalities.
The problem can be as simple as a sensor out of adjustment or a dirty sensor. A lot of brakes are bimetallic and the wheel sensors use magnets. Brake dust can be drawn to the sensor. This will cause a malfunction and a code.
Get an estimate, get it repaired, add the cost to the selling price, and don't be another--"shove it off on Mary as long as it sells". ABS has been on the market a long time and operates different than standard brakes. Mary might not know this, hit the brakes too hard, and skid through an intersection. You survive but Mary doesn't. This is sometimes called cause and effect. Although the instigator
Posted on Jul 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if it help, having the abs light on in your vehicle just means that the abs system has a fault. normaly the abs sensor on one of the wheels are abd in 85% of all vehicles. if you are worried about driving the car, no worries, it is still safe to drive and you will NOT lose your brakes. your brakes are manual and the abs is electrical. i would say take your car to a dealership and have them rub a diagnostic test on your abs. they will be able to help you more then a regular garage will. most dont have the ability to check abs systems
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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Thes have a weak point with the pump in the tank. It is under a cap under the rear seat, get someone to turn the ignition on and listen if no noise give it a tap and see if it whirrs, slacken a pipe on the filter and see if there is pressure, if not the pumps are available from factors or on line.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
Check that the ABS light fuse is not blown in the inside of the car, also check engine ecm fuse replace any fuse that you find blown. If you still can't get it to come on then the most common problem is the light is burned out and will have to be replaced.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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have a look at the wiring to the reostat and heater motor they are known to burn out at the plug connectors. also mebe sure the motor has not siezed
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
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